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eBook Nodame Cantabile, Vol. 7 ePub

by Tomoko Ninomiya

  • ISBN: 0345483693
  • Category: Manga
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Tomoko Ninomiya
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Del Rey (October 31, 2006)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1692 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1209 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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On her recommendation, I started up again at Volume 8 where subtle changes start to take place with Chiaki and Nodame that force both of them to start growing a little more. To be sure, Chiaki is still overbearing and arrogant and Nodame remains a loopy genius, but he starts to seem more humane and she starts to seem more human.

Nodame Cantabile, Vol. 1 Paperback – April 26, 2005. by Tomoko Ninomiya (Author, Illustrator). Book 1 of 16 in the Nodame Cantabile Series.

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Book 7. Nodame Cantabile, Vol. 7. by Tomoko Ninomiya. ュトレーゼマンとの共演で燃え尽きたのだめ。

Book 7. ュトレーゼマンとの共演で燃え尽きたのだめ。

Nodame Cantabile summary: Winner of the 2004 Kodansha Manga Award. From Del Rey: The son of a famous pianist, music student Shinichi Chiaki dreams of studying abroad and becoming a conductor like his mentor

Nodame Cantabile summary: Winner of the 2004 Kodansha Manga Award. From Del Rey: The son of a famous pianist, music student Shinichi Chiaki dreams of studying abroad and becoming a conductor like his mentor. Unfortunately, his fear of flying grounds his lofty plans! As he watches other classmates achieve what he has always wanted, Shinichi wonders if he should quit music altogether. Then one day he meets fellow student Megumi Noda, also known as Nodame. This oddball girl cannot cook, clean, or even read a music score, but she can play the piano in incomparable Cantabile style.

Nodame Cantabile Completed . 2. Author: NINOMIYA Tomoko. Comedy Drama Romance School Life Slice of Life Josei. Winner of the 2004 Kodansha Manga Award.

Nodame Cantabile (Japanese: のだめカンタービレ, Hepburn: Nodame Kantābire) is a manga by Tomoko Ninomiya. It was serialized in Japan by Kodansha in the magazine Kiss from July 2001 to October 2009 and collected in 23 tankōbon volumes

Nodame Cantabile (Japanese: のだめカンタービレ, Hepburn: Nodame Kantābire) is a manga by Tomoko Ninomiya. It was serialized in Japan by Kodansha in the magazine Kiss from July 2001 to October 2009 and collected in 23 tankōbon volumes. A two-volume sequel, called Nodame Cantabile: Opera Chapter, which began serialization in the December 2009 issue of Kiss, was released in 2010. It is licensed in North America by Del Rey Manga.

A STUNNING DEBUTShinichi has always wanted to conduct his own group of musicians

A STUNNING DEBUTShinichi has always wanted to conduct his own group of musicians. Now, with the Rising Star Orchestra, his dream is becoming a reality. A STUNNING DEBUT Shinichi has always wanted to conduct his own group of musicians.

A STUNNING DEBUTShinichi has always wanted to conduct his own group of musicians. Now, with the Rising Star Orchestra, his dream is becoming a reality. But there are many challenges to overcome: delayed rehearsals, too many soloists vying for the spotlight, and arguments over what piece of music they should play. Meanwhile, Nodame has troubles of her own. Etoh-sensei is trying to give her piano lessons, but she wants nothing to do with him! Nodame would much rather be helping her friend Shinichi–now that a grand hall has been reserved for the Rising Star Orchestra’s big debut . . . and Shinichi must prepare for the biggest show of his life!

Comments

Damdyagab Damdyagab
Beginning with Volume 10 of this charming romantic comedy series, music students Shinichi Chiaki and Megumi Noda (aka "Nodame") have come to Paris to further their music education. Chiaki gets to conduct professionally and Nodame gets to further hone her wild piano talent. They also grow closer to one another, particularly since Nodame's feelings for Chiaki are no longer one sided.

In this volume, while Chiaki prepares his new orchestra for their professional debut with new members, Nodame helps out in her usual quirky way between classes with creative marketing, regenerative hugs, and silent support from the balcony. Their neighbors get into the act as well. Some time is spent getting to know the members the orchestra including new arrivals.

Unfortunately where this volume ends is rather bittersweet as this is the last legitimately translated volume available in English. Del Rey Manga published these 16 volumes before shuttering their doors to make room for the Kondansha Comics US branch. A handful of the Del Rey licenses continue but as of Fall 2012 this isn't one of them. I believe 9 volumes remain. For the completionist this volume is essential. For the casual fan think of this volume as one last hurrah for our lead couple and more lessons in musical history. You don't have to be a fan of classical music to enjoy this.
Kage Kage
I started Nodame Cantabile when I caught the first episode of the anime series and was intrigued.

Right around vol 6, I suddenly lost interest. The jokes and behaviors of the characters were one note and not particularly pleasing.

Recently, I was speaking with a lady at a bookstore who was picking up Naruto for her children but I saw that she also had Nodame in her hands and I asked, "who are they for?" and she said, "Oh, this one is mine." We talked a bit about what we thought of it and she said, "You really should start up again. Vol 7 might try your patience, but vol 8 was so good."

On her recommendation, I started up again at Volume 8 where subtle changes start to take place with Chiaki and Nodame that force both of them to start growing a little more. To be sure, Chiaki is still overbearing and arrogant and Nodame remains a loopy genius, but he starts to seem more humane and she starts to seem more human.

One arc (the one I call the "Japan arc") concludes satisfyingly in Volume 9 (Nodame's family are a hoot) and the new arc starts off in Volume 10 on the perfect footing that truly highlights just how much has changed between the two main characters.

So it is good to be back. The humor that first drew me to Nodame Cantabile is still present, but the characters have become more likable and more developed and that makes my journey with them so much more enjoyable.